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End of the Tether open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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Ethics open wikipedia on the title 
Aristotle open wikipedia on the author (384BC - 322BC) 
In The ethics Aristotle examines the nature of virtue and the purpose of life. He believed virtue could be understood only through action - one had to be virtuous to know virtue. The work surveys all the areas of human concern; courage, generosity, honour, justice, friendship, wit, etc. Aristotle's ideas dominated western thinking until the renaissance. The Ethics is considered to be one of Aristotle's most accessible works.
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Evelina open wikipedia on the title 
Frances Burney open wikipedia on the author (1752 - 1840) 
Evelina, the title character, is the unacknowledged daughter of a dissipated English aristocrat. She is raised in seclusion and when she grows into a beautiful and intelligent young woman she travels to London to be introduced into society. The novel then follows her growth through a series of sometimes harrowing episodes. Some critics see the novel as autobiographical. Burney originally published the work anonymously in 1778 and only acknowledged authorship when the book became wildly successful.
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Falk open wikipedia on the title 
Joseph Conrad open wikipedia on the author (1857 - 1924) 
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Faust open wikipedia on the title 
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe open wikipedia on the author (1749 - 1832) 
In an attempt to attain absolute human happiness, the brilliant scholar Faust makes a pact with the devil, Mephistopheles. If Mephistopheles becomes Faust's servant on earth to grant him all desired happiness, in return Mephistopheles may possess Faust's soul after death. A tale of human hubris, delusion and destruction.
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Four Short Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Emile Zola open wikipedia on the author (1840 - 1902) 
The centrepiece of this collection of four stories is Nanna, the ninth of the 20-volume Les Rougon-Macquart series, which was to follow a family over many generations. Nanna had been earlier introduced as the daughter of an abusive drunk, forced to live on the streets and begin a life of prostitution. Here she discovers a unique talent for destroying men... When first published, the public was outraged by Nanna as they were by many of Zola's works.
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Frankenstein open wikipedia on the title 
Mary Shelley open wikipedia on the author (1797 - 1851) 
The world's most famous gothic horror story, Frankenstein tells the story of Victor Frankenstein who combines his knowledge of natural science and medieval alchemy to give life to an inanimate object. But the resultant creature is far from what he had imagined. Rejected by Frankenstein and unloved, the forsaken creature ultimately metamorphosises into a monster intent on destroying his maker and all that he holds dear.
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